Young cinephiles and family audiences have a feast of delights awaiting them at GFF18. We celebrate the 30th anniversary of Willow with a special screening featuring funfair performers at Kinning Park Complex. Equally exciting is the UK premiere of Mary and the Witch’s Flower, which sees Studio Ghibli’s Hiromasa Yonebayashi follow When Marnie Was There with a beautifully told tale of magic and wonder. And with our ever-popular, free Take 2 screenings each Saturday morning there’s something for all tastes, at pocket money prices.

Films in this Festival Strand

Image for Kinning Park Carnival: Willow (PG)
3 March

Kinning Park Carnival: Willow (PG)

‘Magic is the bloodstream of the universe. Forget all you know, or think you know. All that you require is your intuition.’

Image for Mary and the Witch's Flower (N/C 5+)
24-25 February

Mary and the Witch's Flower (N/C 5+)

Embark on a thrilling adventure for all ages, from former Studio Ghibli director Hiromasa Yonebayashi. Actor Ruby Barnhill will attend the screening on Sat 24 Feb.

Image for Take 2: The Oddsockeaters (N/C 5+)
24 February

Take 2: The Oddsockeaters (N/C 5+)

You get dressed in the morning and discover a drawer full of odd socks. Where do the other ones go?

Image for Take 2: War of the Buttons - 35mm (PG)
3 March

Take 2: War of the Buttons - 35mm (PG)

War between two groups of boys in rural Ireland consists of stealing buttons from each other's clothing

Image for The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales (N/C 5+)
3-4 March

The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales (N/C 5+)

​The latest treat from the creators of Ernest & Célestine.

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